In case you missed any news action this week, we've got you covered.Here's our recap of the most-read news stories of the week:
It's been almost three months since Latin-reggae-punk-rock troupe Fayuca dropped their stellar new record, Barrio Slideshow. During that time they've continued spreading their sound on the radio airwaves and touring circuit, but now the local boys are gearing up to take over dorm room television set ... More >>
The Sigma Alpha Epsilon fraternity at Arizona State University is beyond the point of being put on double secret probation.An ASU spokeswoman says the fraternity -- which has been involved in a pair of high-profile, alcohol-related incidents over the past year -- has had its status as a recognized f ... More >>
Arizona State University, the reformed party school, isn't earning a passing grade in LGBT-Friendly 101. That is, its programs, practices and policies aren't as friendly as they could/should be to the lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender community. See also: RIP, Arizona State University's Party ... More >>
We're sure the frat boys at Arizona State University make poor decisions on an hourly basis, but there have been some extraordinarily poor decisions made recently by the bros.One might imagine that a fraternity member's accidental death late last year might be a bit of a wake-up call for the frat bo ... More >>
A 20-year-old Arizona State University student in the Sigma Alpha Epsilon fraternity was dumped at a hospital by his "friends" after a tequila-drinking contest, which nearly killed the student, who had a .47 blood-alcohol level.Tempe Police Sergeant Michael Pooley tells New Times that the student, w ... More >>
Here's just what society needs -- a video of frat boys in a big fight at a Tempe apartment complex.Police said the fight, which occurred early Sunday morning and involved the Delta Kappa Epsilon fraternity, led to five Arizona State University students being hospitalized.See also:-Frat Party Gone Aw ... More >>
Andrew Kent, who police say admitted to his frat friends and to the father of a victim that he threw a bottle of Everclear into a bonfire that burned two women at a party, pleaded not guilty this morning to throwing said booze into fire. The two women burned by the flaming Everclear have permanent s ... More >>
Two women burned by a bottle of Everclear flung into a fire will have permanent scarring, and frat boy Andrew Kent, who is believed by police to be the tosser of said bottle, was noted in a police report as not displaying any remorse toward victims. Kent allegedly threw the bottle into a fire at a f ... More >>
Attention Arizona State University President Michael Crow: You may have gotten a letter from Republican Congressional Candidate Vernon Parker, bashing his opponent Kyrsten Sinema for calling ASU a "party school."Did Parker write that letter in his University of Southern California shirt?See also:-Ve ... More >>
Republican Congressional candidate Vernon Parker claims he actually sent a letter to Arizona State University President Michael Crow to tattle on his opponent, Kyrsten Sinema, for calling ASU a "party school."Parker also tells Crow that Sinema must think the students are "stupid" in the most uninten ... More >>
With the death of Arizona State University's party-school reputation, someone had to check in with the administration for a reaction.That ended up being Mac and Gaydos from KTAR who had the school's president Michael Crow on the show yesterday afternoon, and apparently, the ASU prez isn't convinced ... More >>
In 2002, Arizona State University was named Playboy's top party school in the nation, dethroning Chico State -- which held the top spot in the nation for 15 years after becoming the first party school crowned by Playboy.ASU's reign among the party schools ended in 2006, when it dropped to third in P ... More >>
Arizona Governor Jan Brewer signed a bill yesterday that bans the use or possession of medical marijuana on college campuses, other schools campuses and childcare facilities.Opponents, including Joe Yuhas of the Arizona Medical Marijuana Association, predict the new law will end up being contested i ... More >>
Arizona state legislators have redrafted legislation that would allow guns on college campuses, despite Governor Jan Brewer's vetoing of a similar bill earlier this year.The new bill is just a modified version of the old bill, which Brewer felt was too vague. However, after vetoing it, the govern ... More >>
graphicshunt.comIt appears that Arizona State University students are just drunk enough to somewhat impress the folks at the Princeton Review.ASU ranked number 17 this year in the publication's list of top party schools in the nation, which is an improvement from last year's ranking of... oh wait ... More >>
www.chargethemound.comDaniel Tosh is coming to ASU.Tucked between bits about one of his interns eating his feces and a video where a pregnant porn star pukes after the "money shot," comedian Daniel Tosh announced last night that Arizona State University has won his show's College Campus Invasion ... More >>
www.icanhascheezburger.comHallucinogenic mushrooms, as far as drugs go, aren't all that damaging to the human body. In fact, the Centers for Disease Control considers "magic mushrooms" less toxic than aspirin. But it's the things people do while under the influence of mushrooms -- like take a hea ... More >>
www.motivatedphotos.comAfter a brief fall from grace, thanks -- in part -- to Arizona State University President Michael Crow's ruthless crusade against fun under the disguise of "The New American University," the Sun Devils are back in Playboy magazine's list of top 10 party schools in the count ... More >>
Director and funnyman Kevin Smith comes to town
MLB developmental league wraps season with title tilt
www.asu.edu ASU President Michael CrowTime Magazine has named Arizona State University President Michael Crow one of the 10 "best college presidents" in the country -- in part, because he ruined what was traditionally a perfectly good party school.
www.stateuniversity.comArizona State University's Tempe campus could be one of the first university in the country with a Google Street View.Street View is a popular feature by Google that gives users a 360-degree street-level look at locations in most major American cities. It has been used at a ... More >>
Lauren GilgerThe CenPhopolitan at SideBar in downtown Phoenix.There are 57 vodkas, two shelves of tequila and 50 different kinds of beers taking up the limited shelf space of SideBar in downtown Phoenix. For a bar that's about the size of a college dorm room, that's not too shabby. OK, a college s ... More >>
Debra PearsonThe Maricopa Community College District Governing Board seems to have backed down on plans to research how to take control of student newspapers. The board, which oversees the county's popular community colleges, makes no mention of the newspaper issue on the agenda for this eveni ... More >>
Arizona State University is fine for a weekend romp, but if students who want more female scenery and action ought to spend their college years at the University of Arizona, says Playboy magazine. The latest Playboy listing of top party schools puts UofA squarely in the Number Five, behind the ... More >>
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Another Mill rock venue bites the dust
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Michael Crow has made ASU's frat boys his bitches.
So an ASU frat boy showered with a porn star. Get over it.
Plagued with major maintenance and financial problems, ASU's decrepit residence halls fail to make the grade
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